Purpose
Metrics Champion Consortium is launching a Work Group to develop metrics that assess centralized monitoring and site monitoring processes. In preparation for that launch, we are seeking input on high level processes, current process issues, and current metrics utilized to oversee and manage the processes. This information will be used to help ensure the metrics we develop are in line with industry needs in this important area.

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Those in MCC member organizations can register for the first meeting on 17-Oct-2019 at 10am EDT by logging on to the MCC site. Survey respondents will receive a summary recap of results. Your survey responses will be kept confidential.
Note: this survey is designed for sponsors, CROs, vendors, and consultants but not for investigative sites. MCC gathers input from sites via other methods.
Company Information

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* 1. Please provide your company name so we can count the number of companies responding to the survey. Your survey responses will remain anonymous.

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* 2. What is the size of your organization?

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* 3. Please select the option that best describes your organization.

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* 4. Please select the option that best describes your functional area.

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* 5. As you respond to the survey, which of the following is your main perspective (select all that apply)

Survey

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Monitoring Process Map
Below is a generic, high-level process map for centralized monitoring and site monitoring split into start-up and conduct/close-out. Note that site ID, selection and start-up is not shown – there is a separate Work Group and survey on this part of the process. There are many variations in how centralized monitoring and site monitoring interact as well as in how these activities are performed. But most of these process steps are required for most studies. It is shown here to help define the scope of this survey. It is shown here to help define the scope of this survey.

<span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Monitoring Process Map</strong></span><br>Below is a generic, high-level process map for centralized monitoring and site monitoring split into start-up and conduct/close-out. Note that site ID, selection and start-up is not shown – there is a separate Work Group and <span style="text-decoration: underline; color: #0000ff;"><a href="https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCC-Start-Up" style="color: #0000ff; text-decoration: underline;" target="_blank">survey</a></span> on this part of the process. There are many variations in how centralized monitoring and site monitoring interact as well as in how these activities are performed. But most of these process steps are required for most studies. It is shown here to help define the scope of this survey. It is shown here to help define the scope of this survey.

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When we develop metrics at the MCC, we start with a high-level process map and use it to guide our discussion about challenges and issues with the process. Please review the process map and provide feedback by answering Question 6.

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* 6. Are there any changes you would recommend to the high-level process map to make it more accurate?

Monitoring Process Issues

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* 7. Please select issues/challenges from this list that you consider are significant. You may choose as many, or few as you like.

Monitoring Process Metrics

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* 8. Do you (or your organization) use any of the following time-based metrics related to this process? (select all that apply)

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* 9. Are there any additional time-based metrics that you think MCC should consider including in the standardized centralized and site monitoring metric toolkit?

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* 10. Do you (or your organization) use any of the following quality or cost based metrics related to this process? (select all that apply)

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* 11. Are there any additional quality or cost based metrics that you think MCC should consider including in the standardized centralized and site monitoring metric toolkit?

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* 12. Please provide any additional comments here: 

Your Details (Optional)

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* 13. Please provide your contact information if you would like us to send you a summary recap of the survey results.  Your contact information will be redacted from your responses and will not be used for marketing purposes.

If you have any questions, contact: 
Keith Dorricott
MCC Ambassador
kdorricott@metricschampion.org

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